Dana is an associate in the Singapore office. She has experience in a wide variety of international commercial arbitrations as well as arbitration-related litigation before the Singapore Courts, ranging from shareholder disputes to investor-State disputes.

Dana’s recent experience includes:

  • Acting for a Japanese-listed logistics company in successfully resisting a USD 30 million claim in an SIAC arbitration
  • Acting for a claimant in enforcing an investor-state arbitral award in excess of USD 90 million before the Singapore Courts
  • Acting for a foreign investment company in a USD 34 million contractual dispute, where the claimant successfully obtained an early dismissal of the respondents’ defence for a manifest lack of legal merit under the SIAC Rules
  • Acting for individual shareholders in a representative action concerning the distribution of the sale proceeds of a hotel in excess of SGD 100 million
  • Acting for a multinational consumer electronics and fitness corporation in successfully obtaining search orders to recover and preserve misappropriated intellectual property
  • Acting for one of the founders of a Singaporean luxury tea brand in oppression and winding up proceedings
  • Advising a leading footwear company in multi-jurisdictional shareholder disputes arising from a Hong Kong-based joint venture

Dana holds an LLB from the National University of Singapore. She has participated in multiple moot competitions including the Essex Court Chambers-Singapore Academy of Law Moot Court Competition, where her team emerged champion, as well as the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, where her team clinched the best memorial prize.